Eternal bat tle o f the s exes
REVIEW: DESIGNER GENE S XXL GRINDROD B ANK THEA TRE BILLED as a sequel t o Tim Plewman’s Defending the C aveman, Designer Genes X XL plumbs the depth of the human g enetic makeup to find out e xactly what it is that makes men and w omen tick.
If Plewman is to be believed boys are hardwired from puberty to act in a way designed to annoy the women they meet and have relationships.
And women ar e de signed t o be able t o multitask, f ollow multiple c onversations and nag their men t o provide for them — whether it’s mammoth meat in the ic e age or the lat est f ashions fr om the mall.
His journey begins with a visit to the doctor for a checkup where he encounters six grumpy ladies who don’t have a good word for the male of the species. It was so intimidating for our hero that his left testicle deserted him.
But with the aid of some moodenhancing drugs from the doctor and a little weed he gets the gumption to offer a fresh insight into the et ernal b attle of the se xes.
The teenagers in the audience loved every minute of the show, as did most of the adults that were seated in my vicinity. If you loved Plewman’s Defending the C aveman, then chances ar e pretty good that y ou’re going to enjo y this sho w.
ESTELLE SINKINS • Designer Gene s XXL is in the Grindr od Bank The atre at 12. 30 pm t oday. Tick ets are R180 . Pl ease no te: this sho w has a rating o f PG16 .
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